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March 27, 2014

Community TV listings

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7:30 p.m.: Community Resources — Jody Picone of the Department of Children and Families hosts Sharon Giunta from Emmaus, Inc. and David Haskell, director of In-Home Therapy.

7:55 p.m.: What’s up, Library? — Learn something new about the Haverhill Public Library in the second episode of this new program by HC Media.

8 p.m.: Creating Cooperative Kids — HC Media is proud to bring the community this award-winning parenting program.

9 p.m.: The Mass Factor — Todd Feinburg speaks with Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett.

9:30 p.m.: Smart Boating — Summer storms present a major issue for boat owners. Paul Jermain presents tips on storm preparation.

THURSDAY, APRIL 3

6 p.m.: Somebody Cares — Pastor Marlene Yeo hosts a spiritually uplifting program.

6:30 p.m.: Matters of the Heart — Dr. Kenneth Adams of Pentucket Medical Associates takes a look at the history of cardiology.

7 p.m.: Point of Reference — Superintendent of Schools James Scully gives Frank an update on the latest plans for Hunking School.

7:30 p.m.: Around Town — Go on a great adventure with Larry Seaman to America’s Stonehenge in Salem, Part III.

8:15 p.m.: From Ireland to Haverhill — New for 2014, Jay and Bob Gardella take a look at the St. James Parish Reunion of 1907.

9 p.m.: 16th Annual Baldi Five-Mile River Run — HC Media’s coverage of this annual event, held in downtown Haverhill on May 26, 2013.

GOVERNMENT CHANNEL 09

TUESDAY, APRIL 1

7 p.m.: Haverhill City Council meeting, live from City Hall

THURSDAY, APRIL 3

7 p.m.: License Commission meeting, live from City Hall

EDUCATION CHANNEL 99

MONDAY, MARCH 31

Noon: Tom Sexton at Northern Essex Community College

1:30 p.m.: 2014 MIAA boys ice hockey North Division 2 — Haverhill vs Marblehead

3 p.m.: Kindergarten Open House with Mary Malone

4 p.m.: Haverhill High School Hypnotist Night

5:15 p.m.: Tilton School presents “The Gingerbread Man’’

5:30 p.m.: Point of Reference with Superintendent of Schools James Scully

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